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The most widely recognized of Japan’s gardening styles, a Japanese dry garden utilizes rocks, moss, sand, and streams, creating a Zen-like composition. Light one of these incense cones to experience the serenity and inner peace of a stroll through an artfully arranged garden and cultivate a quiet atmosphere with the weathered scent of sandalwood and parchment.
Weathered, sandalwood, and quiet.
Light the tip of the incense until a flame is established. Allow it to burn for a few seconds to ensure it is properly lit. Then, gently extinguish by blowing or fanning out the flame. Your stick should glow red and a gentle wisp of smoke should be seen.
Tennen is a multidisciplinary architectural firm based in Phoenix, USA, founded by Ethan and Sarah Swartz Wessel in 2001. Dissatisfied with the lack of beautiful and functional incense burners, they decided to create their own, designed to prevent the nub of the incense from sticking to the vessel after burning. From buildings to aromas, their design projects pursue aesthetic simplicity inspired by the culture and design sensibilities of Japan - natural light, seasonal rhythms, minimalism, and the inherent physical and sensual qualities of materials.
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